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World Bank Tries to Answer CASA-1000 Criticisms
May 11, 2016

World Bank Tries to Answer CASA-1000 Criticisms

By Catherine Putz
CASA-1000 will be inaugurated Thursday in Dushanbe, but significant challenges stand in the way of actually realizing the project.
TUTAP Energy Project Sparks Political Infighting in Afghanistan
May 10, 2016

TUTAP Energy Project Sparks Political Infighting in Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
To go through Bamyan or Salang? That is the question.

CASA-1000 Groundbreaking Planned for May
April 27, 2016

CASA-1000 Groundbreaking Planned for May

By Casey Michel
Like the December groundbreaking for TAPI, this is little more than movement for the sake of movement.

Coming This Spring: a CASA-1000 Photo-Op
March 18, 2016

Coming This Spring: a CASA-1000 Photo-Op

By Casey Michel
Pakistan says the “opening ceremony” will be in May, but no word on the project’s massive hurdles.

CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?
January 12, 2016

CASA-1000: Finalized or Fantasy?

By Casey Michel
Beyond security, there’s the simple issue of supply.
Tajikistan Still Hopeful About CASA-1000
November 11, 2015

Tajikistan Still Hopeful About CASA-1000

By Catherine Putz
The electricity generation scheme has its big backers, but skepticism remains.

Kyrgyzstan Declares Energy Independence
September 01, 2015

Kyrgyzstan Declares Energy Independence

By Catherine Putz
Is Kyrgyzstan energy independent at last? Not quite.
Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project
August 04, 2015

Uzbekistan Still Hates the Rogun Dam Project

By Catherine Putz
“Uzbekistan never, and under no circumstances, will provide support to this project.”

Geoeconomics in Central Asia
July 06, 2015

Geoeconomics in Central Asia

By Michał Romanowski
Infrastructure and transit projects offer new opportunity for the region.

What's the Price of Tajik Electricity in Kyrgyzstan?
June 11, 2015

What's the Price of Tajik Electricity in Kyrgyzstan?

By Catherine Putz
It's reportedly been settled: Kyrgyzstan will pay 2.5 cents per kWh, up from 2.0 cents last summer.

Sharif Attempts to Boost Pakistan-Central Asia Ties
May 29, 2015

Sharif Attempts to Boost Pakistan-Central Asia Ties

By Casey Michel
Pakistan’s prime minister has been lobbying for progress on projects that show little sign of progress.
What Is the US Policy for Central Asia?
April 04, 2015

What Is the US Policy for Central Asia?

By Casey Michel
A senior State Department official outlines Washington’s current policy for the region.

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